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Should Doctors Have A Grasp of Grief Counseling For Patients?

Grief Counseling Is Important For Doctors In Their Care of Their Patients

Should your doctor also be educated in grief counseling.  If you would to become a certified bereavement and grief counselor, then please review the program

Should your doctor also be educated in grief counseling. If you would to become a certified bereavement and grief counselor, then please review the program

Doctors need to understand the entire treatment of their patients.  It is not just a physical treatments but also mental and emotional.  When grief and loss occurs, many physical problems can occur for a patient.  If a doctor understands grief and grief counseling, he can also better understand his patient and help the person throughout his life.

Medical Express writes about the importance of doctors learning more about grief recovery in the article, “AAP Provides Grief Counseling Guidance For Peditricians”.

Esther Wender, M.D., and colleagues from the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Committee on Psychosocial Aspects of Child and Family Health, present guidelines to help pediatricians provide support to the parents and any siblings still in his or her practice after the death of a child.

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